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The Torah of Intersectionality
Intersectionality is about reversing the invisibility of subtle or unseen forms of oppression, and intersectionality is about making space for all human beings to be free.
I am Jewish. I have always been Jewish. But there is something so special about being Jewish in community.
For Jews, Life Begins at Birth
For almost 20 years Morgentaler put his career and freedom in jeopardy, knowing he could lose his medical practice and be sentenced to life in prison for protecting a person’s right to choose.
The LGBT Logs
I knew that if I had to give up love for religious reasons, I would not be able to remain religious, as the pain of what Orthodoxy cost me would supersede my love for it.
Nosh with Micah
Serve up this cornmeal cake with spicy olive oil, zesty orange, and sweet corn for the perfect autumn dish!
Farming the next generation
As a first generation farmer and photographer whose work focuses on the next generation of food producers and cultivators, my farming journeys have taken me across Canada.
All three images explore the role of Torah in my life.
Talia, Dew of Heaven
Without following the important practice of fasting or attending services, I wasn’t sure what Yom Kippur meant anymore.
Safran Foer’s Trachimbrod, Revisted
The past is a broken vase with shards surrounded by dust; I can’t put that dust back together, but I can gather the fragments to better understand the realities that are left.